Daniel Peterson is a young professional with diverse experience in content writing and content management. He has a strong blog writing background, and runs his own e-commerce partnership business. Daniel currently writes news articles for prison loved ones on the Prison Rideshare Network.

A New Way of Life: Susan Burton created the re-entry program for women who have spent decades in prisons.
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Women Are Creating New Purpose-Filled Lives After Their Prison Releases

Susan Burton is highly praised for opening her home up to strangers. She also provides other resources to offer safe healing environments for the women being released from prisons. She’s helping these ex-inmates create new purpose-filled lives. The Birth of Susan Burton’s New Purpose-Filled Life Very few people will be willing to welcome fresh ex-convicts […]

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Angel Tree Program Plans 2017 Christmas Party for Prison Kids

In a bid to show love to children with incarcerated parents, Teddie Martinez has purchased some Christmas presents for them. Project Reconnect is run out of Paterson’s 4th Ward. The nonprofit program founded by Martinez is expected to benefit at least 73 kids. He got their names from the Passaic County Jail. The program has been operational for […]

Douglas County Jail in Nebraska
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Research: Fairness Required To End Discrimination in Inmate Phone Call Rates

Inmates in the 64-county jails across Nebraska who intend to call their family members or lawyers pay surprisingly different rates per call. The charges vary depending on location, with poor areas seemingly paying more. Research Conducted on Costs of Nebraska County Jail Phone Calls Research was recently conducted in the facilities under the interest of […]

Parenting from Behind BarsPrison Families & Loved OnesPrison KidsPrison System Issues

Program Helps Women Prisoners Stay Connected to Prison Kids & Families

Mother’s Day is one of the most challenging days for women prisoners at Grand Valley Institution. Many of the up to 215 inmates are also mothers missing their kids. More than 75% of those incarcerated in the facility are mothers. And more than 50% of were the primary supporters and caregivers to their children upon […]

Kelly Cappello must spend enormous costs for video visits with her son in McHenry County Jail because in-person visits are permanently banned.
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McHenry County Jail’s High Video Visit Fees Prevents Families from Engaging with Loved Ones

Kelly Cappello, whose son is an inmate at the McHenry County Jail, wishes there was any way she can visit with her son face-to-face. Unfortunately, there isn’t. In-prison visits have long been a thing of the past. Several years have elapsed since the McHenry County Jail opted out of in-person visits. Instead, it has required […]

Parenting from Behind BarsPrison Kids

The Real Experience of Having an Incarcerated Parent

Jessica De la Mora 17, last hugged her dad while she was 16. Since 1993, her dad, Mike De La Mora has been re-imprisoned several times, she knows what its like to have an incarcerated parent. So Mora only used to see her dad when went to visit him. And whenever she felt like holding […]

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Joe Giudice Progressing Well In Prison: Getting G.E.D. And Losing 45 Lbs.

Joe Giudice is doing precisely what his wife, Teresa, did when it comes down to staying busy in prison. The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” actor is benefiting a lot from being imprisoned. The current Joe is not the Joe you used to see on the reality show. He is slowly but steadily reducing lbs […]

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Mass IncarcerationParenting from Behind Bars

Here’s A Program Offering Re-Entry Assistance to Incarcerated Parents.

Statistically, Indiana rate of parental imprisonment is the second in America. And that time which is lost in prisons can at times be one of the toughest parts of being behind bars. But one program has emerged in Indiana to serve as a channel to connect the inmates and their families and friends with resources, […]

mental health
Prison System Issues

Inadequate Beds for Inmates Requiring Mental Health Assistance

After spending very many days in Harris County Jail, it was finally realized that Roderick Marshall was in the wrong place as there were inadequate beds for inmates who require mental health assistance. But the 49-years-old Houston native had yet another place to waste even more days. Marshal had to spend six months, waiting to […]

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"After Release" ProgramsCommunity Programs for Prisoners

Defy Ventures “Shark Tank”-Style Pitch Competition, New York State Winner

In a room filled with twenty-five high-powered executives, Robert Cassato gave his 3-minute pitch confidently and smoothly from the stage, north of Manhattan for the Defy Ventures competition. Cassato 44, explained his discovery in the area of Homebody Fitness during the recent Defy Ventures’ “Shark Tank”-style pitch competition event. Defy Ventures is an organization that […]